So I haven’t had time to blog about this favorite thing of mine called Blogging this new year due to the so many changes that have occurred this year. I honestly did not expect rebranding a blog would take so much time and energy, clearly I learned the hard way. While I am still adjusting (and hopefully you are too), I have finally scooped out sometime to write a bit about the course of blogging.
Since I began blogging, I have had so many questions asked about my experience but one major one I get almost all the time are from new bloggers asking the “How To” questions; you know, the questions you are filled with when you enter a room full of people that almost no one notices you just entered. I have tried my best to help and support those who reached out to me in the last year but this 2014 I made a resolution to do better with that.
And that is where Aisle & Tulle Connection comes in 🙂
This is a community of wedding bloggers, coming together to render support to each other. This would not be the first blogging community as you may have heard of others and seen others but I think what is a bit different about this is the fact that it would be free. No subscription charges and no application charges; just a fun and committed group truly focusing on supporting old and new bloggers in the wedding industry.
To be accepted in this community all we require is; A blogger in the Wedding Industry, One who blogs at least 3 times a week and one with a beautiful heart 🙂
We are keeping it just as a Google+ community for now (no website), just to keep things handled and moderated properly so no one feels they are lost in the crowd – we don’t want that. It is also a private community and we have done this not to scare you a ware but to ensure (as best as we can) that everyone has the same interest – to support one another.
Find Aisle & Tulle Connection on Google+ and if you are interested or know someone who may be, send them the link and ask them to join. Once approved, you’d get to see and learn more about how Aisle & Tulle Connection can be of help to you bloggy friend!
PS: If you think a community for support might not be of use to you, remember you can be of use to someone else. So it’s okay to join in the hopes of being a giver of support and not a receiver, heck, it’s actually better because I believe “It’s more blessed to give than to receive” – Acts 20: 35